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THE 8 CB ANTON TRIBUNE NON DAT MOBNlNtf. DECEMBER 7. 1SB.
Neu)s WEST SIDE EVENTS. Jimmy Dean Endeavored to End His Life in the Station House-Thought to Be Insane. Is Jimmy Dean Insane? Saturday morning when Day OMeer Tom Jones went into the police station, where Dean is incarcerated on a charge of as sault, the otticer found him hanging by his neck from the cell door. Ofllcer John Thomas was with Otticer Jones. The two men heard groans issuing from the cell and upon going hack they Just saved Dean from death. The eccen tric prisoner had taken a strap which lie uses as a belt from his hody. and standing upon the ceil bunk he tied one end to the highest part of the bars and the other he fastened to his neck. Then he Jumped off the bunk and was In a half unconscious conditions when res cued. ? Dean has not yet been given a hear ing on the charge of assaulting his sis ter. Mrs. Henry Davis. There is a prob ability that he will be sent to the Hill side Home. SUFFERING FKOM FRTOHT. Miss Kdith Evans, of Washburn street, who was one of the crowd of skaters who fell Into the brick yard pond Wednesday night, is still suffering from the effects of the accident. The Tribune noted the incident at the time and stated how Miss Kvans and the rest were dropped into the chilling water When the Ice broke. The young lady was taken to her home, where she has been confined to her bed since. Most Of the time she Is unconscious und she continually talks in a fcurful way of the Ice and the water. Several doctors are in attendance. GLEiR CLI'R ORGANIZED. Robert Morris lodge organized a glee club yesterday afternoon for partici pation in the eisteddfod to be held at Taylor em Christmas Day. There were present about thirty of our young Velsh slnirers, and a (food start was made. The meeting was held in the lodge hall on South Main avenue. John J. Dnvies, the South Main avenue phar macist, was elected president, and Pro fessor Lewis Davis was appointed lead er of the club. Dudley Duck's "On the Sea" is the competitive piece. The Hub will meet Tuesday night at the rooms. SUNDAY srilooi, OFFICERS KI.KCTKIl. The Sunday school of the Simpson Methodist Kpiseocnl church elected of ficers for the next yeur at a meeting yesterday afternoon. Those elected were- George L. Peck (re-eleetd), su perintendent; Alfred Twining, first Vice-president; Robert Williams, sec ond vice-president; L. II. Jones, secre tary: A. J. Knauss, treasurer: Dr. E. Y. Harrison, secretary of mission work; Hert Meyers, librarian: Will Long, chorister; Miss Lillian Shlvely, pinnM; Harry Hartman, book distributer. The Kpworth ha rue will elect olllcers next Thursday night. FRIDAY EVENING PARTY. A very pleasant birthday partv was tendered Friday night to Miss Helen Aldrlch. of Factoryvllle. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morgan, of Fair view avenue. Those present, who en Joyed the hospitality of the fair hos tess, were the Misses Carrie Jeffreys, Owen Price and Julie llennett, of Wilkes-Harre; May Kenne, Ella Sen ders and Sarah Jones, and Edward Hughes, Bert Harrington, Jcdm II. Thomas, Arthur Davis, Frank Lot, of Carbondale; George lilddleman, of Moscow, and Allan Secourt, of Fuctory Ville. . CARD OF THANKS. The family of the late Thomas Quin tian, of l:i3.ri Lafayette street, take this means of returning their sincere thanks to the muny kind friends, the Bcrunton Tribune; also the pall-bearers, for the sympathy, and assltance given during the death and burial of their father. J. F. and T. J. Quinan, for the family. NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS. Oran Hlalr, brother of Alderman M. L. Rlalr, of South Main avenue, died Saturday at his home In Cazenovia, N. Y. Alderman and Mrs. Wulr will leave today to attend the funeral. The Jackson street pave Is complet ed. That's all. The West Side lodge of Rrltons will have n social Wednesday night In Co-operative hall. Will Reynolds, of Hampton street, Is Indisposed. John H. Reynolds, of South Main avenue, has returned from Philadel phia, where he attended the state con vention of Masons as a representative E aIi VERY HOLIDAY SEASON FINDS US READY to present with sale of any Child's Suit, Reef er, Overcoat, or Ulster, a suitable compli ment to the little folks, and at this time we have decided on the handsomest Sled or Cut ter that we ever gave. It is our policy to keep popular with the chil drento keep our name before them and tocontiuue in the sale of more jnvenile wear thau all others combined. Shrewed mothers who have shopped about know that our assortment is the largest and our prices a li ved and low est one. f he SAMTERS S(oaro Dealing Clothier Hatters anJ Furnish; of tb? Stibtirbs. from Hyde Park lodge. Mr. Reynolds reports an interesting convention, and, personally, enjoyed the trip. Mr. and Mrs. James li. Lewis, of Kingston, were West Side visitors yes terday. Next Thursday evening the Hepta sophs will have a big entertainment in M ears' hall. Out of town talent will he the feature. At the services In the Jackson Street Kuptist church last evening an anthem was sung by the choir under the direc tion of Chorister Lewis Davis. The quartette part was sung by Misses Martha Nichols. Mattle Thomas, ill Thomas and Kddle Watklns. It was well irlven. Lackawanna lodge, No. 1113, Royal Arcanum, has dona tea $50 toward the West Side hospital. Miss Lizzie Jones was wedded on Dec. 3 to Fred House, of West Locust street. Rev. F. P. Doty performing the ceremony. Choice cut flowers and rrower le signs at Palmer & McDonald's, 6-- Spruce. West Side Business Directory. HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut flowers and funeral designs a specially 1M South Main avenue; two doors from Jackson street. REmron hand FURNITURE. Cash i for anything you have to sell. Furniture, Stnv.a Tnnle Call End See tlH stock of J. C. King, T01 to 7 West Lack awanna avenue. MORGAN'S PHARMACY 101 NORTH iivcn no Warranted nure druas and tiumlenU. I'rcsrrlntlons carefully pie iuh'ihI Finn stationery and blank booka. A large Mock Hiillahle for Christmas presents. Teachers' Hlbles cheaper than i.i(r Cjilt anil exiimlne them. Wood stains, paints, window glass, etc. Clork at store uil nours of nigni. DUN.MOKE. Th Pnlnnlnl ciiimeil." No. 27. DaUgh i.fd ,.f Amerifii will meet Friday i'i,.e 11 ut 7:ni i- m. Several Important matters are to be disposed ot W'lilcn will necessitate me uncuu mice of every member. Mia T.,a.,ii c.l.h ii ml Mrs. E. Enslln of Ueoreetown. who have been the .,i.. ctu ..f ir mill MY Albert Jen kins, of Hutler street, for the past few duvs, have returned nome. The Misses Mida and Phoebe Englert of Mutler street, have returned from u visit with friends In Peck v I He. Gviifv and No. 1 mines of the Penn sylvania Coal company will resume work today. The Erie and Wyoming Valley rale roud puld their employes last Friday i,,i,n VI,. i ilnne i.f Annie street, l! erecting a building on the rear of his lot. Peter Farley, of Hawley, Is the guest of his tirother, Jonn raney, oi open cer street. Iikil.v HiU.mII if Annie street, ha: returned from a vsit with friends in l-'lmhlll'St l.t-.t,l' l.inuu nf Urnnlf afreet, anent vewt.-ir.ln v ivtth relatives In Greenville James Carpenter has resignea nis position with G. W. Potter & Son, and accepted a position in tne meat ae ,,f Ilin-v Kneneer'n store. l( 1 1111 1 . . Patrick McDonald Is seriously ill at his home on Taylor avenue, 'pi,., u,.,.i ntt.l T .mirier potnnnnv have completed all arrangements for the ball which they are to noiu in Keystone hull Wednesday evening, i-rec. . a xiui.rint i.f the Sixth Ward Re publican dub will be held this evening 111 men neaoquui iwrn on ihhij A full attendance is requested. Mlau TguIii 4u-nrl3 nf Rleetrlo flve. nue, has gone to spend the winter months in Georgia. T..V... Itnlnr r.f Tlenew ulreel tins Ac cepted a position with the Green Kldge T llmW fWMlltlll 11 V A charter has been granted to the Gospel Tabernacle on jenerson avenue. Charles Fink Is very ill at his home on Apple turret. Very little hopes are entertained for his recovery. Thomas Hughes, of Blakely street, has returned from Peckvllle. where he has been the guest of friends. Mrs. Hall Stevens, of Nicholson, is the guest of Mrs. W. D. Osterhout, of South liluKeiy street. A leap year social will be held In Odd Fellows' hall on Dec. 17 under the aus pices of the young ladles of Dunmore. It promises to lie one of the leading social events in uunmore. Pennsylvania Railroad to Issue Cler ical Orders. The Pennsylvania Railroad company announces that for 1SH7 It will issue clerical orders to regularly ordained clergymen in charge of churches lu cated on or near its lines cast of Pitts' burg and Erie. To secure these or ders clergymen should make uimlka tion to t lie nearest ticket agent as soon as possible, and it is desired that all applications reach the general of fice by December 15. Choice cut flowers and flower de signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 544 Spruce. ' A Holiday Present. SOUTH SIDE NEWS. Patriotic Order ol Sons ol America At tended Divine Service at Cedar Avenue M. E. Church. Camp 430, Patriotic Order Sons of America, attended divine service at the Cedar Avenue Methodist Episco pal church last night and special ser vices were on that account conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. L. Race. Tne serr.on was on patriotism and was an eloquent one. Rev. Mr. Race pointed out the priceless value of the freedom afforded in this country, and the great necessity of prizing it beyond measure. The music sung by the choir was in keeping with the occasion. It consist ed of a selection of patriotic hymns. The members of Camp 430 met at Frue- hun s hall at 7 o clock and marched in a body to the church. It was appro priately decorated with flags and pa triotic colors. DEATH OF MRS. ANN CLIFFORD. After a lingering illness Mrs. Ann Clifford, wife of Frank Clifford, of yi4 Pittston avenue, passed away Satur day morning. She was an elderly wo man and had lived a quiet, unaffected life. Her husband and a family Of six survive her. The names of the family are: Mary, Frank, Margaret, Neal John and Rose, The last named Is employed as one of the primary teach ers in No. 3 school. The funeral will not fake place until Wednesday morn ing. A high mass of requiem will be celebrated at St. John s church and Interment will be made in Hyde Purk Catholic cemetery. STREET CAR DISTURBERS. On the last car out Saturday night four young men from Minooka, who had more than their share of liquor, made It ruthtr lively singing ribald songs and putting their feet upon the seats. At Fig street Patrolman Roland got on the car, and after that until the car got to the cly line the quar tette kept pretty quiet, but when the car stopped they again got oois terous, and when the otticer bade them be quiet and go homes they toon Issue with him on his right to give them or ders, they being a yard or two outside the city limits; but, although one of them threatened to draw a revolver. the officer scattered them and their noise was heard no longer. This Is an other Instance of the urgent necessity of an electric light at the city line. A NEW BASKET BALL CLUB. Among the members of the cranton Athletic club a basket ball team has been organized to be known as the Brownies. It stands ready to meet ull comers and has the ambition of win ning the championship of the city. Tne players-are Adolph Heusner, captain; Jacob Suhine, Christ Hose, Rudolph Schaeffer, Louis Di?stng, William Smith. Louis Hess, Fred Neuls, Will lam Fickus, Charles Sohns, George Wlrth, Henry Meyers and Henry Reld- enbach. SHORTER PARAGRAPHS. Much Interest Is felt In the annual exhibition of the Tuin Vereln, which will be given at Wurkingmen s hall on Thursday, Dec. 10. Mrs. James F. Howard, of Stone ave nue, is home from a visit to Hawley. Patrick Ruane, of Cedar avenue, is ill. Either tomorrow or the day after the street cars on the South Side line will make the inbound trips over the Roar ing tfrook bridge, PKOVIDENCK. Patrolman John Hawks, of North Main avenue, has resumed work after a ten days vacation. The festival under the auspices of the Welsh Calvlnlstic church of Wayne avenue will be held in Company H armory Dec. 9, instead of Jan, 9, as heretofore announced. The funeral of the late Daniel Mat thews and Mrs. Mary Jane DavlB, wno died a few days ago, will take place this afternoon at 2 o clock. Services, conducted by Revs. R. S. Jones, D. D., and W. F. Davles, will be held in the Welsh Baptist church on West Mar ket street. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Dr. Theodore Sureth to a prominent young lady of the Green Ridge section, to take place Wednes day afternoon, Dec. 16, Mrs. Julia Roberts, of Towanda, has returned home after a short visit with relatives in this section. The funeral of Theodore Scharar. the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Scharar, of Parker street, took place yesterday. Interment was made in Dunmore ceme tery. Miss Clara Wolf, who has been the guest of the Misses Lewis, of North Main avenue, for the past two weeks, has returned to her home in Hones- dale. Miss Mary J. Davis, of Warren street, has returned home from a two weeks' visit with relatives at Ply mouth. Mrs. John Alexander, of Wilbur street, is dangerously ill. Isaac Dean, of North Main avenue. has returned from an extended tour throughout the western states. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moore, who have been the guests of Mrs. John Roo- lnson, of Spring Btreet, have returned to their home at Pittston. William W. Jenkins, of Putnam street, is slightly indisposed. Stephen Chappell, the popular North Main avenue clothier, is convalescent after a serious Illness. A concert of vocal and Instrumental music will be given In the Puritan church, West Market street, Thursday evening, Dec. 10. by the church choir, numbering thirty-five voices, assisted by the celebrated soprano. Madam Gwentil Davles, who has lately come to this country from South Wales, and by several of the best musicians of the city. The following excellent pro gramme will be rendered: rAKT I. Organ selection Llewellyn Jones Chorus, "Victory" Jarman Church choir. , Soprano solo, selected, ' Mis Emma Humphrey Cornet solo, "Ultimatum" limes laviil II. Keese. Bass solo, "The Village Blacksmith." Griffith R. Davles Duet. "How Sleap the Brave" G. Qwent Messrs. Johiah Johns and Philip Thomas. Soprano solo, "Beloved Again," Whitcombe Madame Gwenfl! Davles. Quartette, "Sweet Is the Work". ...Leslie Misses Hattle Sharpies, Lizzie Evuns, uessrs, i. i. tucnarus, u. n. Jjavtcs. PART II. Organ selection Llewellyn Jones Aiitnem, ' u, mow Aianiroid ,...u. Qwent Church choir. Tenor solo, selected Joslah Johns Bass solo, selected Philip Thomas Soprano solo, "Tell Me, My Heart," Bishop Madam llwenlll Davles. Male quartutte, "Sleep on, Dream on," U. Uwent Messrs. Joslah Johns, Esau Price, Philip Thomas. William J. Lewis. Grand chorus, "Daughter of Zion". .Clark cnurcn choir. Pianist, Professor Llewellyn Jones: cr. ganlst. Miss Annie Rees; director, Profes sor Rees Watklns. GREEN RIDGE. Guard Beane, of the printing firm of Beane Brothers, left Saturday at midnight for Grand Forks, N. D., where he has obtained a highly desirable Po sition In the printing office of Grand Forks college. Mr. Beane has many friends here who wish him I'lcceas in his new home. Henry Hart, quarter back of the Green Ridge foot bait team, was In jured in a game with the Pine Brook club yesterday. Mr. Hart got the ball and was making a run through the center when he was tackled by a play er named Harrison, of the opposing team, thrown to the earth and the entire Pine Brook team, eleven big, lusty men, fell upon the Green Ridge quarter back, wrenching his knee. He was unconscious several minutes. The affair provoked a quarrel between Mr. Manley, our half buck, and a specta tor from Carbon street, during which Manley tossed his man in the air as if he were a foot ball. Peter Colef formerly night watch man at the lace factory, last August, went to Honesdale to visit relatives. While there he was seized with pneu monia, which grew worse as autumn dis appeared, and last evening word reach ed Green Ridge friends that the worst is feared. Mrs. Emma Tweed, of Sanderson ave nue, is seriously ill at the residence of her brother-in-law, E. J. McNally, on Penn avenue. About a month since Mrs. Tweel contracted la grippe, which settled In her eyes. Dr. Arndt has charge of the case. AVOCA. Regular meeting of the school board this evening. The Daughters of St. George will meet on Wednesday evening to elect and install officers. A social will take place after the meetlnir. A large congregation attended the Langcllffe Presbyterian church yester day morning, when the sacrament of the Lord's supper wus administered. Rev. N. G. Parke, of West Pittston. occupied the pulpit and delivered un eloquent sermon. Mr. U. Dale, of Scrunton, spent yes terday at he resldece of Mr. and Mrs. R. D Landon. Master Lisle Hollister has returned to resume his tudies at Painted Post, New York, after a few days' visit at the residence of his parents. The Avoca Musical society will give a grand concert in O'Malley's hall on Monday evening, December 21. An ex cellent programme will be rendered. Miss Lizzie lilewltt, of Pittston, spent yesterday at the McLaughlin residence. Mr. J. Nichols, of Providence, was a visitor in town yesterday. Messrs. M. J. Bosley, Charles Bos ley, James Boase, John Widdle, Walter Odgere and John T. Mitchell comprised a delegation of the Sons of St. George of this place that visited the Keystone lodge at Pittston to Install recently elected officers. Mr. Odgers acted in the capacity of deputy installer. The Sarsdeld club's full' will be held in the new opera house during the holidays. The death of Mrs. Daniel McCor mack occurred at the residence of her father, M. S. Gaelitz, of the North End. on Frlduy evening after a few hours' illness. Deceased was about 31 years of age and Is survived by three chil dren. Her husband died a few. years ago. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon. Interment wus mude in St. Mary's cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Berge and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Howell attended the Elk's memorial nt the Frothlnghani theuter last evening. MINOOKA. "Ted" Anderson, the well known Greenwood nimrod, will spend this week In the wilds of Lehigh on a grouse hunt. The St. Joseph's society began ar rangements for a fair to be held dur ing the holidays. December 21 is the date set for the Coyne and Webb wing shooting match. Each shooting will have eighteen bords for a purse of $200. On next Wednesday evening St. Jo seph's society will tender a compli mentary social to the ladles who as sisted them at their excursion, and those who participated in the recent entertainment. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. 1 bn rtr MT. PLEASANT COAL AT R ETA 1 1. Coal of the best quality for domeitlo ut und of all alaea, including Buckwheat anil Blrdieye, delivered In any part ot tha city at the lowest prtoe. Orders received at the Office, lint Boer, Commonwealth bulldlnf. room No. i: telephone No. H24. or at tha mine. tela, phone No. 171, will be promptly attended to.Dealera aupplled at the mine. WM. T.SMITH. AMUSEMENTS. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. - r . . . """""I inurioey, ue;. o-io A beautiful story of villas and city life lorclby told," THE ROAD TO WEALTH Wrlttto bv W. Tmlbntt Burke. Pro. minted by a superb company, Introducing uv iauuiiaj mcycie meeiotiue u. A. w. Scene of Famous Asbury Park; a Orand Bicycle Race: the Deliver Bicycle Quartette; New Bonga, Dances and HeflJod Specialties. JOE HARRISON. Champion Bicycle Rider Class A, DO. Sneciallv Bnu:ivaA to rld In M,a llrmt. Ra Scene. PRICES-Oallery, igc; Balcony, a Rows, mc; Balance, c; Orchestra Circle, 50c; arlor Chairs and Orchestra, 75c. DAVIS' THEATER Monday, Tu:sday and Wedmsdjj, December 7, 8, 9. The Beautiful Irish Comedy Drama. SWEET LEAVES Of SMOCK Presented by America's Actor-Singer, WILL S. RISING, Assisted by an Excellent Company. Irish Wit. Irish Ballads. Irish Pathos. Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cent. Two performances dally. Doors open at 1.M and 7. Curtain rises at 130 and Lli. Hous8S for Sala and for Rent If y oa contemplate purchasing or leas ing house, or want to Invest la a lot. see the lists of desirable property im page a of The Tribaae. STORES STUNNING STYLES Get Up, Finish and Fit. Every Detail Perfection About Our Entire line of BOYS' AND MEN'S OVERCOATS Identical with Those Made to Measure by Swell Merchant Tailors, and Our PRICE ONE-THIRD LESS. IJlua Chinch! la. ctvlish carmen t The ideel coat for dress, bicycle and dress purposes All Wool Cheviot Suits, made and trimmed In the best style, never sold ur.der $10 Imported Clay Worsted buits, Hlue and B!a:k. fine quulity una special value. Our Clothing Departmint is under thi Manaj:ment of Mr. D. E. Delaoy, formerly of Mirtio & Delanj. APPROPRIATE HOLIDAY PRESENTS Grand showing of a choice line in Neckwear, Suspenders, mackin toshes, Night Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Night Robes, Gloves, Hand kerchiefs, Hufflers, Umbrellas, Canes, Etc. t2T"Goods selected now will be delivered when desired or kept until called for. POULTRY. Turkeys, Docks, Chickens, Fresh Every Day. ALSO. Pheasants, Quail, Prairie Chickens, Wild Ducks. w. a FIERCE PI ME. ill WILLIAM S. MILLAR, Alderman 8th Ward, Scraotoo ROOMS 4 AND S OAS AND WATER CO. BUILOINO, CORNER WYOMING AVE. AND CENTER ST. OPT1CE HOURS from 7.30 a. m. to t p. a. (1 hour intermission for dinner and upper.) Particular Attention Qlven to Collection. Prompt Settlement tiueranteed. Your Bust, aae Is Respectfully Solicited. Telephone lj, THE FROTfllNGflflM. Wagner A Roi. Leasees and Managers John L. Kerr. Acting Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY, ffmiW. DEC 7, First appearance In Hcranton in elijht years. KINO OF THE MAOIU WORLD, HERRMANN, a In bis new marvelous entertainment of IRTH AGIO YSTERY Ald'd by ADELAIDE HERRMANN in her Bewilrieriur Kpuctucnlar l)n"es. PRICES-ajc, 50c. 75c and Ji.oo. bale of seats opens t riday, Dec. 4 at 9 a. ra TflE fROTfllNGflflM. Wagner A Rels, Mansges, John L. Kerr, Acting Manager. Two Nights, Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec, S, 9. Popular Priced Matinee Wednesdsy. The New Hopkins Trans- Oceanic Slnr Specialty Co. THE FAMOUS KINEMATOflRAPHR AND MASTER WADE COCHRAN, The wonder of the twentieth century; 4 years and 8 months old, and answers cor rectly without hesitation 7.000 questions. A programme diversified and striking in every detail. NOTE THE POPULAR PRICES-Evenlm, Gallery, loc.; Bulconr. !Kc and 3."3.: Lower Floor. and 50c. Matinee Prices, 10c, aoc , 30c No higher. Sale of seats opens Satur day, December oth, ut tf a. m. THE FROTfllNGflflM. Wagner A Reis, Manager. John L. Kerr, Acting Manager. THURSDaTeVENIN O.DEC. 10. Tba Distinguished Irish Comedian and Msr- veiouaiy sweet blnger, CHAUNCEY OUCOTT Under the Kntiauomnt of Augustus Pitou, In Mavourneen. By Gen. H. Jensop and Horarn Townsend, A splendid company and a brillinut pUr. S r. Ulcott'stnnr arrows the continent has been one succession of triumoha. Kl of aaita open a. m. Tuesday. Uet in line early. j mm mm Blue Beaver tfO (Ml (Mn OO.UU. dlU An elegantly fitting Special Price, $7.00 Boys' Heavy weights, it." at pattern, never sold (or les-j than $8 eMei.i prM Special -r 1 $7.50 Boys' Plaid Suits, Stylish, serviceable, regu lar price was $10. 2,000,000 BARRELS Made and Sold in Six Months, ending Harch 1, 1896, Total Product of llIiBUiiji The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels, Largest Run on Record. Washburn. Crosby's Superlative; is gold everywhere from the Pacific Coast to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland and Scotland very largely, and is recognized aa the beat flour iu the world. 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